All About Dutch Treat Cannabis Strain
Dutch Treat is a mystical strain as neither the breeder nor the country is known. People believe that it was created by Jordan of the Islands, a grower from Vancouver Island, but it’s not confirmed. Moreover, even parental strains have not been verified. Presumably, this is a cross between Northern Lights and Haze, however, this requires further testing. It is a hybrid with mostly Indica content.
Taste and Smell of Dutch Treat strain
Terpenes myrcene, ocimene, and terpinolene predominate. Even the scent itself is powerful and has a eucalyptus aftertaste. Most often, consumers talked about such smells:
The aroma itself is powerful enough to get your energy up from the first smell, while its taste is fruity reminding of blueberries and candy with eucalyptus tones.
Effects, Potency, and Type of High
The THC level averages 19-22% of the content. The high comes quickly and relaxes the body instantly. It is happiness and serenity that will help you get rid of bad thoughts. This is the most rewarding strain when you need to relieve stress. Smokers also noted giggling and tingling sensations all over their bodies. However, there are also side effects such as fatigue, anxiety, and nausea. Medicine uses Dutch Treat cannabis to help relieve:
- Chronic Pain
Dutch Treat’s Growing Tips
A hydroponic system is best and the climate should be warm and dry. Plants are of medium length and flowering time is approximately 8-9 weeks. If you do decide to grow this cannabis outside, you should make sure that there would not be significant temperature fluctuations, since the plant is sensitive to them.
What is the dominant strain in Dutch Treat?
The Dutch Treat is an Indica dominant hybrid with 80% on the Indica and 20% on the Sativa side.
How to grow Dutch Treat strain?
It’s best grown indoors with implementing a hydroponic system and humidity and temperature regulation. It’s one of the easier plants to grow and doesn’t require a lot of knowledge.